SOUTHWEST ALABAMA AREA ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WEB POLICY
Date: January 2, 2010
The MobileAA.org website is built as another mechanism to inform people about Alcoholics Anonymous in the Southwest Alabama Area. The website currently provides:
GENERAL CONTENT GUIDELINES
The Website Committee consists of five (5) members. This committee was formed by the South West Alabama Intergroup by a motion, a second and a vote of the Group Intergroup Representatives on December 3, 2006. The Website Committee is a standing committee of the South West Alabama Intergroup. The committee will consist of a chairman and four other committee members. The chairman is to be elected on the Second Sunday of September in odd numbered years for a term of two years and such term to begin on January 1 of the next even number year. All committee members are suggested to have at least two (2) years continuous sobriety and an understanding of the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Website Committee is responsible for creating policy for the website and for managing this website. The Website Committee has three primary functions:
The website and the website policy shall be reviewed on Central Office anniversary to ensure that the website continues to fulfill its mission of providing information about AA. All members of the fellowship are encouraged to attend and participate in this meeting offering comments, suggestions, and criticism. This review will include discussion of the current content and layout of the website, as well as plans for the future of the website (new features and capabilities).
GRANTING AND REMOVING ACCESS
The Website Committee has the authority to create new accounts for website access and for managing the site including the calendar and creating new e-mail addresses. The Website Committee may remove access to anyone who no longer does website work with this committee. The revocation of the Website Committee Chair's access must be done through the Internet hosting provider via the Group Intergroup Representative's action at a regularly scheduled meeting of the Mobile Area Intergroup by motion, second and a majority vote in the affirmative.